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Solaris 2.5 core dumps on boot

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I have a sparc 20 running solaris 2.5; it seems to have
memory leakage, but I don't know from where. This forces me
to reboot the system on a weekly basis- but on reboot,
I get a core dump right after fsck, (mount related?) and some file partitions specified in /etc/vfstab are not mounted. I run many applications off this machine (it's a server) including SunNet Manager, Remedy  ARS Client,  Optivity Fault correlator, and Netscape. Can anyone help me?
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